Social History and African Environments

Edited by William Beinart and JoAnn McGregor

The explosion of interest in African environmental history has stimulated research and writing on a wide range of issues facing many African nations.

This collection represents some of the finest studies to date. The general topics include African environmental ideas and practices; colonial science, the state and African responses; and settlers and Africans' culture and nature. The contributors are Emmanuel Kreike, Karen Middleton, Innocent Pikirayi, Terence Ranger, JoAnn McGregor, Helen Tilley, Grace Garswell, John McCracken, Ingrid Yngstrom, David Bunn, Sandra Swart, Robert J. Gordon, and Jane Carruthers.


William Beinart is Rhodes Professor of Race Relations at the University of Oxford.

JoAnn McGregor is lecturer in geography at the University of Reading.

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African Studies · Environmental Policy · African History · Environmental History · History · Colonialism and Decolonization

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Paperback

978-0-8214-1538-2
Retail price: $32.95, S.
Release date: Sep. 2003
352 pages · 6 × 9 in.
Rights:World (exclusive in Americas, and Philippines) except British Commonwealth, Continental Europe, and United Kingdom

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978-0-8214-1537-5
Retail price: $55.00, S.
Release date: Sep. 2003
352 pages · 6 × 9 in.
Rights:World (exclusive in Americas, and Philippines) except British Commonwealth, Continental Europe, and United Kingdom